The event is a collaboration of the growing number of home and interior shops and businesses in Knutsford and will offer shoppers inspiration, advice, and ideas as we move into the autumn and winter seasons. Already confirmed as part of the event are:
Content for the day is still being finalised but so far, will include a drop in Q&A with a Farrow and Ball consultant at Arthur Lee Interiors, a fabric workshop and how to create the perfect mood board from Sofas and Stuff and how to create a stylish bathroom from Not a Box. Some of the shops will be offering complimentary fizz and goody bags too!
Sandra Curties, Knutsford Town Council’s Town Centre and Marketing Manager, said, “As we move into the colder months, people naturally focus on their home. We are delighted to be working alongside our interior shops, showcasing their talents and products on what looks set to be a great shopping experience. We have the added benefit of free parking that day, the national hospitality day plus the Knutsfordian III exhibition – so Knutsford is definitely the place to be on September 18th”.
Holly Johnson of Holly Johnson Antiques said, “We are delighted to be taking part in Knutsford at Home. We opened in June 2020 and although the past year has had its challenges, Knutsford is a delightful and welcoming place to have a business. We are looking forward to working alongside the other interior shops in the town, offering a unique shopping experience that you just cannot find online. We hope customers will enjoy our “Where Antique meets Modern” chat which will involve design in interior settings mixing antique with modern and include a gallery tour of our art display.”
Princess, Silk Mill and King Street car parks will be offering free parking from 10 am. There are no road closures in hosting this event. If any Knutsford based interior shop or service wishes to get involved in the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible